Gonzaga Preparatory School - Luigian Yearbook (Spokane, WA)

 - Class of 1969

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'-9. vw I ,f G s Y 1 Robert Victor Agostinelli Gus Football 1 Basketball 1,2 Baseball 1,2,3 Golf 2,4 Leadership 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Prom Committee 3 Clyde Bernard Albright Aldum Cross Country 1 Pep Club 3 Esprit 3,4 Band 1 Prom Com42,3 Kenneth Roy Aman Amen Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Prom Committee 4 Edward Charles Anderson Chuck Pep Club 4 Science Club 3 Joseph Nelligan Armstrong Joe Esprit 4 Prom Committee 3 Stephen Leslie Arnold Steve Football 1 Baseball 1,2,3,4 KOL 2,3,4 Drama 2,4 Band 1,2,3 Glee Club 4 John Edward Bacon David Perry Baker Dennis Russell Ball Paul Henry Baxter J.B. Dave Denny Bax Manager 3 Tennis 2,3,4 Letterman 3,4 Letterman 4 Pep Club 3,4 Pep Club 1,3,4 Glee Club 1 Kelly Steven Berg Kevin David Berg Arthur James Berry William Lucas Berry Fuzzy Kev Boomer Bill Debate 1 Leadership 1,2,3 Football 1,2,3,4 Football 1 Pep Club 3,4 Debate 1 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,4 Esprit 4 Esprit 4 Letterman 3,4 Science Club 1,2 Science Club 1,2,3 Pep Club 2,3,4 Prom Committee 2 Cheerleader 4 Luigian 4 GSW Bfian Blummeff Dale Edward Borchers James Michael Bottger Gary David Bragclch BIUFTT Stuff Mike Football 1 Basketball 1 4 Football 12.3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Manager 2 3 Golf 2 4 Leadership 2 3 Track 1 Letterman 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Esprit 3 Elocution Finalist 2 Glee Club 1 2 Prom Com Prom Committee 2 i 11. 1 l 1 1 1, '11 ....- ' , .3 i V ' i i L L William Michael Brannan Richard Lee Brooks Sean Timothy Brooks Randall Mark Brown Toad Rich Sean Wanger Football 1,2,3 Track 1 Football 1,2 Track 1,2 Baseball 1 Golf 1,2,4 Manager 2,3,4 Track 1,2 Leadership 1,2 Pep Cllub 4 Gonzagan 4 Leadership 2,3 Pep Club 1-4 Letterman 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 'iT' Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Lollis and Yohannan Capture Top Office 1st Semester ASB Officers: John Lollis, Bob Nadvornick, Dennis Nliller, Ted Solomon, and Tom Bosch. 2nd Semester ASB Officers: John Lambert, Tim Cronin, Geroge Diana, Jim White, Lance Yohannan. Michael Francis Cantlon Mike Football 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 4 Jerald William Caron Jerry John Charles Brunelle Bruno Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Leadership 3 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 4 Gregory Anthony Buettner Beaut Football 2 Leadership 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 4 Science Club 1,2,3 Stephen Andrew Burgess Steve Track 1,2,3,4 Leadership 1,2,3 Letterman 4 Pep Club 3,4 Prom Com. 4 William Taylor Butler Bucky Football 2 Baseball 1 Golf 3,4 Pep Club 4 l l Michael Donald Carpenter Louis Albert Castinol Daniel Lee Clark William -'0SePh C0dd Bl.lSh Lou Spark Bill Baseball 1 Tennis 3,4 Basketball 2 Football 1,2,3,4 Golf 3,4 Letterman 4 Track 1,2 Track 1-4 Pep Club 4 Leadership 3 4 Leadership 2 pep Club 1,2:3,4 Letterman 2,3,4 Cheerleader 4 PGP Club 1,2,3,4 Cheerleader 4 Band 1-4 Prom Committee 3 Richard Paul Conley James William Cooper John Raymond Cooper Francis Daniel Corkery Rich Goober Goober Dan Pep Club 3,4 Football 1,2,3 Manager 2 Football 1,2,3,4 Track 1.2 Pep Club 4 Basketball 1 PGP Club 3,4 Baseball 1 Golf 3 Letterman 4 Pep Club 4 Douglas Brian Cossette Thomas Mark Crick Joseph Mark Curalli Daniel Machael Danelo Dooger Tom Joe Butkus Track 1,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3 Football 3,4 Cross Country 1 Leadership 2,3 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Letterman 4 Luigian 4 Pep Club 4 Prom Com. 3 Dennis Patrick Dionne John P81 Dodson Stephen Gerard Domini Bruce Albert Donnelly Ford The Monkey Steve Toothpick Science Club 4 Drama 1,2 Manager 1 Pep Club 3,4 Glee Club 2,3 Pep Club 4 Luigian 3,4 Prom Com. 4 Patrick William Dullarlty Thomas Patrick Durgan Anthony Frank Elliott William Albert Emerson, Jr Shaft Tom Tony Boozer Cross COUNTY 2.3 Cross Country 1 Football 1,2 Football 1 PHP Cll-lb 3.4 Golf 3 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1 Prom Com. 4 Leadership 1,2,3 Track 3,4 Leadership 3 Pep Club 1 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 1,2 Camera Club 1 .Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Cheerleader 4 Robert John Engel Raymond Patrick Erickson Larry James Finley Arthur Charles Fry Bob Lief Cherokee Art Football 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1 Football 1,2,3,4 Manager 2,3 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2 Debate 1 Baseball 2,3,4 Pep Club 4 Tennis 2,3,4 Science Club 1,2 Track 1 Letterman 2,3,4 Letterman 3,4 Gee! I wonder what's on the other end? Seniors hard at work!? A little more sleep at night ought to do! L ug John George Gamon Thomas Michael Geiger Ronald Walter Gese James Jerome Gleesing Tom Lemon Grease Baseball 1 Pep Club 4 Cross Country 2 Golf 1,2 KCI- 3,4 Pep Club 4 Pep Club 4 Pep Club 4 Luigian 4 Band 1,2,3,4 John George Glinski Charles Douglas Gordon John William Gordon Terence Thomas Grant Jack Chuck John Terry Pep Club 3,4 Leadership 1-4 Football 1,2,3 Track 1 Prom Committee 2 Cross Country 1,2,3 Baseball 1 Leadership 1,2 Gonzagan 1-4 Track 2,3,4 KOL 3,4 Track 1,2 Pep Club 4 Debate 1,2,3,4 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club Elocution 1,2,3 25 Mickael Frederick Griswold Gerard Joseph Haag Richard Louis Hanson Kyle Nathaniel Hare Mick Jerry Moby Kyle Pep Club 4 Learership 2,3 Basketball 1,2 Football 1,2,3,4 KOL 3.4 Baseball 1,2 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Debate 2,3 Leadership 1,2,3 Letterman 3,4 PSD Club 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Luigian 2 Prom Committee 3 Timothy Frederick Hare Wendell Wilbert Hartman Randy David Henry Robert William Hess Limp Wen Root Hunk Football 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 4 Gow 3 Football 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3 Letterman 3,4 Camera Club 4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 4 Letterman 2,3,4 Glee Club 1 Elocution Finalist 1 Gregory Gerard Hoerner Greg Leadership 4 Pep Club 1,2,4 Prom Com. 4 Timothy Elwin Hoy Tim Glee Club 2,3,4 Robert Thomas Huddleston Hud Golf 1,2 Pep Club 4 Izujggm 4 Gonzagan 4 Prom Com. 4 Paul Montgomery Jackson Tree Track 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Luigian-3 Esprit 4 Jerry Michael Johnson Football 3 Baseball 1,2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 John Carmen Julian Savage Track 1,2,3,4 Cross Country 1,3 Letterman 4 Pep Club 3,4 John Charles Kampa Dennis Edward Keller Patrick Kevin Kelley Paul John Kessinger Jack Denny Pat Pep Club 4 KOL 3,4 Luigian 4 Gonzagan 3,4 Esprit 4 Drama 3 Band 1,2,3,4 Camera Club 2,3,4 Prom Committee 3 Michael Charles Kinnie Gary Paul Kirchner John Christopher Kleweno Paul Maurice Koenigs Skinnie Gar John Paul Football 1,2,3,4 Golf 3,4 Esprit 1 Football 1,2,3,4 Track 2,3,4 Leadership 1,2,3 Camera Club 2 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Tennis 1 Pep Club 3,4 Track 3,4 Letterman 3,4 Leadership 1,2,3 KOL 2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3 Gonzagan 4 Prom Com. 2 L I Mark Steven Kubiak Thomas Patrick Lacy William Donald Lamb Christopher Lee Lamp Kube Lace Bill Lamp Football 2 Leadership 1-4 Leadership 2 Leadership 3 Track 1 Cheerleader 4 KOL 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Cross Country 1 Pep Club 1-4 Pep Club 3,4 Luigian 4 Prom Committee 2 Luigian 2 y Esprit 3 Gonzagan 2 Drama 2 Prom Committee 3 Prom Com.3 James Walter Lashbrook Glenn James Lench Douglas John Leonetti Nicholas Bernard Linden Lash Lynch Mob Wildman Nick Football 2 Pep Club 3,4 Football 2,3,4 Basketball 1 Basketball 1 Band 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1 Pep Club 2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Letterman 4 Luigian 4 Letterman 2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3 Esprit 3,4 Pep Club 4 Esprit 3,4 Prom Com. 3 Cheerleader 4 Drama 1,2,3 Gonzagan 1,3,4 Glee Club 1,2 John Leo Loesch John Adrian Lollis Thomas William Loosmore Daryl Delane Lund Squirrel Adrian Snoopy Paul Tennis 1,2 Football 1 Track 4 Track 1,2 Debate 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3 Leadership 2 Pep Club 4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Debate 1,2 Prom Com. 4 Gonzagan 4 Golf 2,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Elocution Finalist 4 Leadership 1,2,3,4 Prom Committee 3 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Cheerleader 4 Gonzagan 4 Prom Committee 3 James MiCh2-Bl I-Yons Michael Robert Mahar Craig Alan Masteller Marc Raymond Matteson Jim Mike Craig Marc Football 2 FootbalI1 Baseball 1 Leadership 2 BSSGDGN 4 Track 1,2,4 Leadership 4 Prom Com. 4 Debate 1 Leadership 1,4 Pep Club 4 PSP Club 4 Pep Club 4 Prom Com. 4 Prom Com. 4 Michael Henry Mayer Chick Football 1,2 KOL 3,4 Pep Club 4 Luiggu 4 Gonzagan 4 Prom Committee 3- Walter Maykowskyj Volodymyr Football 1,3 Pep Club 1,2 James Joseph McCarry Joe Track 1,2,3,4 Cross Country 1,2,3,4 Letterman 4 Debate 1,2,3 Michael Joseph McDonell Mac Basketball 1 Tennis 1,2,3,4 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 1,3,4 Michael James McGee Mike Football 1 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2 Letterman 4 John Charles McGovern Selkerk Pep Club 3 Camera Club 2 Prom Committee 4 Elliott and Yohannan Represent Prep at Boys' State White and Meersman Take Top Senior Honors Stephen Howard McKenna Robert Gerard McKenzie Douglas Kent McLeod Terrence Richard Meersman Steve Mac Doug Turtle Track 2 Tennis 4 Football 1 Track 1,2,3,4 Leadership 1,2,3 Pep Club 3,4 Track 1,2,3,4 Cross Country 2,3,4 KOL 3,4 Elocution Finalist 3 Letterman 3,4 Leadership 1,2 Debate 1 Glee Club 2 KOL 3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Letterman 3,4 Debate 1,2,3 Pep Club 3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 David James Nliller John Thomas Miller Dave Tom Football 1 Golf 3,4 Basketball 1,2 Leadership 1 KOL 3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Luigian Band 1,2,3,4 James Sullivan Millgard Rudy Anthony Mockel Nose Rude Football 1,2,3 Football 1 Baseball 1,2 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,3,4 Golf 2 Gonzagan 4 Leadership 3 Prom Com. 3,4 Letterman 4 Pep Club 3 Glee Club 2 Joseph Charles Montano Michael Donald Mosely Charles Joseph Murphy WOP Mike Chuck Baseball 1 Football 2,3 Basketball 2 Track 2,3,4 Baseball 1 Cross Country 4 Tennis 1,2,3,4 Letterman 4 KOL 3.4 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Walter Joseph Murray Wally Football 1 Tennis 2 Band 1,2,3 R, Robert Joseph Nadvornick Thomas Ogden Nash Johnn Ralph Nevers Naddy Oggie John Baseball 1,2,3,4 Football 1 Golf 1,2,3,4 Golf 1,2,3,4 Track 2 A Leadership 2,3 Leadership 2,3,4 Leadership 3 Lettermen's Club 2,3,4 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Glee Club 1 Elocution Finalist 1 Cheerleader 4 Prom Committee 3 Tony Bruce Newton Gote v Douglas Mark O'Coyne Kevin Patrick O'Neill Shane Michael O'NeiIl John Rafldv Parks Douger Fern Oly J- R- Basketball 1 Pep Club 3,4 Baseball 1 Football 2,3 Baseball 1,2 Glee Club 1-4 Drama 1,2 Leadership 1,2 Band 2,3,4 Cross Country 1 Cheerleader 4 Pep Club 3,4 Cheerleader 4 GIGS Club 1.2 Debate 1,2 Science Club 3 Drama 1,2,3 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Steve Lawrence Peplinski Michael Francis Peterson Jerome Martin Pluth John Patrick Pope Stew Mike Jerry John FOOUJI-Ill 2,3 Glee Club 1 Pep Club 2,3,4 Track 1,2 Pep Club 2,3,4 Cheerleader 4 C,-055 Cguntry 1,3 Prom Committee 4 Tennis 3,4 Letterman 3,4 Debate 3 Esprit 3,4 Go zagan 4 Drama 2 Glee Club 1-4 Geoffry Michael Powers Ronald Edward Provinsal Jerry Pro Football 1,2,3,4 Track 1 Track 1,2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Leadership 3,4 Drama 1 Letterman 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Cheerleader 4 Luigian 2 Esprit 3 Drama 3 John Timothy Quinn Timothy Thomas Quinn Tim T Football 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3 Track 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Debate 1,2 Leadership 1,2,3 Leadership 1,2,3,4 Letterman 2,3,4 Letterman 3,4 KOL 3,4 Drama 4 Pep Club 1,2,3 Esprit 4 Luigian 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Prom Committee 2 Prom Committee 3,4 l Ronald Clifford Richardson James Robert Rooney Randal Mario Saccomanno Daniel Joseph Schimmels Squat Jim Sac Basketball 1 Football 1,2,3,4 Track 1 Football 2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2 Pep Club 3 Golf 1 Tennis 3,4 Glee Club 1 Pep Club 2,3 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 3,4 Cheerleader 4 Band 1,2,3,4 36 Charles Lamarr Schmidt Dale Allen Schmidt Peter Stephen Schweda J0hn Cliff0rd S93V9l' Pep Club 4 Tennis 1,2,3,4 Pete Snivefs Esprit 4 Letterman 4 Football 2,3,4 F00tb-all 3 Band 1 Pep Club 4 Track 2,3,4 Baseball 3 Prom Committee 4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Leadership 2 Letterman 4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Cheerleader 4 Esprit 2 Scott Frederic Sherburne George Woodrow Shoemaker James Merle Shogan Barney Jode Jimmy Golf 2,3 Football 2 Baseball 1,2 Leadership 2 Pep Club 2,3,4 Leadership 3,4 Pep Club 4 Glee Club 1,2 Pep Club 2,3,4 Luigian 4 Prom Com. 3 Prom Committee 3,4 Prom Com. 3 Jerry Michael Shogan Jer Football 4 Track 3 Letterman 4 Pep Club 3,4 Gonzagan 3 Two Prepsters Excel in National Merit Jim White Senior Class Officers, SITTING: Jerry Shogan and Jim White. STANDING: Tony Elliott and Gary Blummert. Senior Class Chooses Leaders Larry Michael Sigafoos William D. Silvernail William Rosco Sleeth Delbert Forrest Small Jr Eskimo Bill Rosco Bert Football 2 Football 2,3,4 Football 3 Glee Club 1,4 Leadership 1,2 Letterman 4 Track 1,2,3,4 G0lf 2,3,4 Elocution Finalist 2 Cross Country 2 Letterman 4 Prom Committee 4 Letterman 3,4 Track 1 Cheerleader 4 Pep Club 4 William J. Stevens Gary Lee Steward Larry Ernest Stokke Stephen Bruce Strange Bill Steward Stok Felix Track 4 Track 2,3 Football 1 Cross Country 1 Pep Club 2,3,4 Leadership 4 Baseball 1 Pep Club 4 Leadership 1,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Daniel Hayes Sullivan James Don Taylor Thomas Harvey Taylor Michael James Terhaar Sully Jim Tom Ter Football 1,2,3,4 Football 2,4 Football 2,3,4 Tennis 2,3 Baseball 1-4 Baseball 1 Basketball 1,3 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 1-4 Track 2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1-4 Leadership 1,2,3 Cross Country 3 Cross-Country 1 Letterman 3,4 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 The Great Race! Keith Vincent Terris Edward Albert Tiesse Marc Vincent Tonkovich Russell James Trebby Bean T .C. R ussian Krebs Track 1,2,3,4 Football 1 Football 1 Pep Club 4 Cross Country 2 Leadership 2 Basketball 1 Gonzagan 4 Letterman 4 Debate 1,2,3 Track 1,2 Luigian 3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Leadership 1 Esprit 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Gonzagan 3,4 Gonzagan 1,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1 Elocution Finalist 2 Prom Committee 2,3 John Patrick Trottier Curtis K. Ueda James lee Urbaniak John Joseph Vaccaro Trets Curt Lee Baseball 1 Football 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2 Basketball 1 Pep Club 4 Track 1-4 Esprit 4 Letterman 3,4 Pep Club 4 I Scott Anthony Valley Anthony Mark Via Alan Wayne Walker Stanley Eugene Weisbeck Sandy Wop Big AI Wisecrack Baseball 1,2,3 Basketball 1 Football 1-4 Track 2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2 Baseball 1-4 Pep Club 1-4 Pep Club 4 Luigian 4 Cross Country 1,2 l Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Drama 2 Glee Club 2 Prom Committee 2 Paul Francis Weller Peter Owen Weller Lyle Edward Whitcher James Bradley White Kurtz Pete Rocky LOVBY Leadership 1,2,3 Leadership 1,2 Football 1 Debate 1-4 Pep Club 1,4 Drama 1,2 Pep Club 1-4 Drama 1,2 KOL 3,4 Elocution 3,4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1-4 Pep Club 4 Gonzagan 2,3,4 Elocution Finalist 2 ' Gregory Francis Wisener Weis Football 3,4 Track 4 Glee Club 3,4 Bernard Edward Wissink Bernie Football 1 Pep Club 4 Esprit 4 Gonzagan 4'- Robert Joseph Wolf Bob Football 1,2 Leadership 2 KOL 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Greg Paul Woodard Glegly Track 1 Lance Alexander Yohannan Yo Football 1,3,4 Track 1 Pep Club 1,3,4 Espgt 4 Drama 3,4 Elocution Finalist 1,3,4 Kirk Vincent Zimmer Little Joe Basketball 1 Baseball 1 Golf 3,4 Leadership 2,4 Pep Club 1,4 Band 1,2 Peter Emmet Sheeran Pete Glee Club 2,3,4 Track 2,3,4 Esprit 4 Cross CountW 3'Drama 2 ABOVE: Seniors wear academic colors - - Pep Club 3,4 Science Club 3 gn Prep Spirit Day- BELOW: Seniors have series of class 1-enefman 4 meetings which help to strenghten and unify senior class. Dr. Cowen persuades another unbeliever that his dentistry is absolutely painless! ln..-, -f N . P w. 'u- fs X Activities I , if ' - 1 ' 'ffiffl ' f I- -- 'ms N5 , ' i' . -' fu i f 15 - 5 ,YT . Gil if 5:53 W :V-XL, fd ff 'I lf' 'figural "I 1. F4 W ix 'v- QF mi ,az P' ' .J-IK 1 I W Q, 4 v f . 'Q X. I - I I 1 94, 'iff' I J, ! lllffffp, U C, ' lx :N ' '.lif:,'?f,'r'W1m af' ' !'1u,7 f nintgiff ifif-ff if" V V " VT ' , A- t," '-:,.?,:', 7 Lyf . . 4 f ' V- i f T- ' .. ff I N i 46 Lively Convention Highlights First Semester LOWER LEFT: Candidates prepare themselves to present their platforms. LEFT and BE LOW: Demonstrators lost in a storm of enthusiasm. RIGHT: President and Vice-president Lollis and Nadvornick capture student votes. The Esprit is Hott ABOVE: lVlr. Foran S.J., and John Pope assess copy. BELOW: Staff explore themes. ABOVE: Editors-Ed Tiesse, John Pope, and Chris Van Dyk-assist in final production. BELOW, KNEELING: Mike Moxcey, Clay Hobbs, Rick Richards, John Vaccaro, Lance Yohannon, Chris Van Dyk, Jim Carroll, Jim Flynn, Steve Clausen. STANDING: John Lambert, Nlr. Don Foran S. J., Tim Aman, John Pope, Martin Nlarx, Doug Leonetti, lVlike Connelly, Terry Mosely, Steve McDonald, Bill Conkey, Paul Leland. unior Class Presents "A Magic Carpet Ride" Finances for the Prom collected from Committee members review plans for willing juniors during break. the bigger and more beautiful '69 Prom. BELOW: Ken Aman, Ed Conley, Jim Bob Roberts, Chris Gahran, Pat Owens, Frankovic, Vic Glassley, Nick Curalli, Millgafd, John Magee, Joe Toenies, Jim Fred Wilson, Greg Kachel, Steve Jim Wells, Tim Aman. Roe, lVlr. Kurt Kromholtz, Mark Mullen, MacDonald, Gary Linton, Pat uigian: Big, Beautiful Book for '69 LOWER LEFT: Editor-Terry Goebel ponders point. LOWER RIGHT: Staff eyes possible pictures. RIGHT: Moderator-Mr. McAuliffe S.J. embodies the "Action" of the Luigian. ABOVE: Luigian Staff-John Lambert, Terry Parker, Jim Slaven, Bill Baxley, Tom Miller, Mike Mayer, Scott Sherbourne, Jim Flynn, Bob Huddleston, John Gamon, Pat Faraca, Nick Linden, Stan Weisbeck, Joe Dahman. ABOVE: Sports Editor-Mark Shaufhausen, has a problem. AT LEFT: Luigian Editors-Ed Johnson, Tim Murphy, Mike Brennan, Larry Senger, Greg Kachel, Mick Brown, Mark Shaufhausen, Terry Goebel, and Dennis Sweeny. Gonzagan Grows as Voice of Prep This year the Gonzagan became a more effective publication due to the fact that it not only reported the news, but also the views of the students. In this way their ideas spread to all who read the paper. LOWER LEFT: Gonzagan writers and editors. FIRST ROW: John Pope. Pat Connelly, Chris Van Dyk, .Chuck Gordon, Mike Mayer, Greg Kachel, Ed Tiesse. SECOND ROW: Jim Lashbrook, Jim White, Jim Kosse, Doug Leonetti, Mike Moxcey, Mike Buckmaster. THIRD ROW: Mike Peyton, Marty Gales, Rich Buckmaster, Paul Koenigs. FOURTH ROW: Jim Flynn, Chris Gahran,Bob Roberts, Bob Huddleston. FIFTH ROW: Mark Mullen, Peter Kelson, Al Daugherty, Paul Koenigs, Dan McGee, Jim Roe. Moderator: Mr. Sundborg A-1 f ' s ::5'::. ':' i::'1: X f Q 34 Q9'5 A 'fwl iiff' wr MK x ,.,,..,n-"N "inf L3 9-is 1. f H352 Z. L fr 4 + Q ' :,,..f.:?.1Q,,5 yi .. W f A .., VH rf s gf? 3 xv 92' 5 f " olid Gold Cadillac" Highly Polished AT RIGHT: Tim Carney and other members of the cast ease the tension before the play. BELOW: A jubilant cast congratulate one another after a successful performance. ABOVE LEFT: Spartan Pat Owens exhorts gladiators. LOWER LEFT: Ed Small helps Robin Gillespie create a face. ABOVE RIGHT: Mrs. Partridge makes trouble for board members. LOWER RIGHT: Joyce Wilhelm councels Pat Owens. Man For All Seasons Goes to Press ABOVE: Director Jack Delehanty BELOW: Cast works hard to capture demonstrates proper reaction to John feel oflines. Pope in blocking practice. if UPPER RIGHT: Stage crew put in long hours building effective set. AT RIGHT: Costume fitting is an integral part of a performance. Before the bright lights of opening night can be enjoyed, the many dark nights of preparation must be endured. Directors, cast, and stage crew donate many hours of spare time in order to insure a professional performance. Lines must be learned, scenes blocked, costumes readied, sets constructed-all with a view to performance dates seemingly far in the future, but suddenly just around the corner. When the lights finally go up, all preparations cease and the audience is treated to a flawless presentation of A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS. Debate Captures umerous Honors LOWER LEFT: Kevin Codd and Tim Kelliher prepare for debate. UPPER LEFT: Jim Kaufman and Chuck Cleveland exchange notes. CENTER: Terry Grant stresses his point. Hmmm , T i he X, Scholarship Awarded Loc-:sch UPPER RIGHT: Debate Team, FIRST ROW: Kevin Codd, Terry Brant, Steve Taylor, Steve Gaffney. SECOND ROW: Jim Kaufman, Chuck Cleveland, John Nleersman, John Riley, Jack Loesch, Jim Kelliher, Wayne Boulac. LOWER RIGHT: Contestants arrive at Holy Names High School for debate. Asylum M UW 'RDP' -"'f': "' 1-,,-:"-f-"'J,4-""-f' XX J:-' .--' ilk f--f"""':"", Q ill f""""'5 Xi --f .---"""... ' A an 'P' E ,Q ,ff My .,.. N? .M-W-ggg.,--f' IX ,,.A.p,,,, EV-'XL-E X M W? Interest in Science Grows tw...-4-.........,, .. . ,,e.,........,.-, H 13935 Li Be 6,545 3 N3 No Mg T2,'99i 14137 K Co 39100 40,55 Skrve ! xx E: 44.96 5190 50.95 S1 ii Yzr Nb 23.96 ABOVE: Our Titanium Expert: Gerard 87.63 ' : Fd A53 Cd in Sn 38.92 91.22 52.91 K 275' X517 'inf ,',. 1 E 'Htl 325:30 ALa Hi Taf HBR? 576 35? 69.95 Ac 777 :Os Sr Pr Au E-ig Ti Pb Bl fem Q'-11 :mv we fools 1-9441201.21 zum .. f W :ee Eu Ge ng Dy Ho EE 132.9 57,16 i3z3Ji.5 3535? i6f3.94 l67.77 O' ca. Bk ,ck E5 U7 75" 331 Zi!! ,imc Louplnv Haag. BELOW: Jerry Pluth creates a ABOVE, SEATED: Michael Mogelyl Vacuum- G reg Buettner, Joe Toenies. STANDING: Nlr. Kromholtz, Bill Stevens, Jerome Pluth, Gerard Haag. ,iN5 BELOW: Joe Toenies officiates at Rat Race. Pep Club Stands for Spirit LEFT, Basketball cheerboys: Pete Schweda, Bill Sleeth, Jeff Powers, Jim Lashbrook, Kevin O'Neill, Ron Richardson. LOWER LEFT: Shane highlights Prep's Spirit Day. BELOW: Spirited Prepsters clamor for victory. RIGHT, BELOW: Kathy Weller, Shane O'Neill, Patty Codd, Nancy Clarno, Pat Lacy, Melanie Yarwood, Dan Clark. ABOVE: John Lollis, Kerry Barbour, Tony Elliott, Steve Peplinski, Nancy Parker, Patty Shackleton, Gary Brajcich, Bob Nadvornick, Mary Ann Hare. LOWER RIGHT CORNER: Dave Rekofke gives voice to Handel's "Messiah." LOWER RIGHT: Patty Codd lends prayerful support. ww ,, V 5 is ii 1' . X ., SS iz: si vas' SE X' ES .ae S 5 db' 9 I 'fav ? sa eadership Helps Antonian Children show appreciation for their newly found friends. FIRST ROW: Bob Nadvornick, Jerry Ted Solomon, Tom Laney, Larry Kuntz, Dale Hoff, Rocky Rail, Dwight Faocher, Doug Ball, Kim Warner, Joe Weigelt, John Lollis. SECOND ROW: Finke. Nlike Hare finds friend at Antonian School for special children. Leadership committee constantly plans out new projects to help people in the Spokane area. ABOVE: John Pope and friends listen attentively. BELOW: Nlr. Foran conducts indepth study of contemporary literature. iterature Seminar in Second Year ABOVE: Doug Leonetti sees life through the eyes of Job in QL Prep Sees cash as Symbol For many years the Leash of Gonzaga Prep has been a symbol in that they actively represent Prep in functions outside the school. As Honor Guard at funerals and ushers at various activities, the Leash makes itself known to Spokane as a fundamental part of Prep. BELOW: Kyle Hare and Marcia Cole are crowned as king and queen of the Night Flight, "Soire'ea Paris." ABOVE: Junior Leash-FIRST ROW:Mike Bonck, George Diana, Tim Cronin, Mark Ryan. SECOND ROW: Dennis Miller, Chris Van Dyk, Mike Albo, Mike Peyton. THIRD ROW: Justin Maloney, Mike Koenigs, Jim Row, Larry Senger, Paul Murphy. LOWER RIGHT: SeniorALeash FIRST ROW: Paul Kessinger, Mike Mayer, John Gamon, Terry Grant. SECOND ROW: Jim White, Tim Quinn, Bill Lamb, Steve McKenna. THIRD ROW: Dave Miller, Chuck Murphy, Bob Wolfe, Paul Koenigs, Gerard Haag. ABOVE: Paul Koenigs and Tim Quinn assist at the Nlass of the Holy Spirit. RIGHT: Dennis Miller gathers gold for "A Solid Gold CadiIIac." BELOW: Leash form Honor Guard at lVIr. J. HurIey's Rosary. Camera Club Makes Prep's Publications Possible BELOW: IVIr. Gjording S.J. sets camera up for another shot. LOWER RIGHT: IVIr. McAuliffe S.J. coaches, as Paul Kessinger focuses picture. RIGHT: Camera Club members-John Kleweno, Paul Kessinger, Rick Nauditt, and Mr. Gjording S.J. Students Show They Care for Spokane The 50,000 lbs and 3750.00 brought in by dedicated students made it possible for Gonzaga to give more food to more families than in previous years. Spokane truely profited from the efforts of Prep's student body. UPPER LEFT: Generous farmers bring in necessary staples. UPPER RIGHT: Homerooms arrive for morning weigh-in. ABOVE: Goebel and Toenies depart with Happy Thanksgiving for needy families. LEFT: John Lollis portrays door-to-door campaign. Songsters Superb ABOVE LEFT: Fr. Gooley S.J. reflects Glee Club spirit. ABOVE RIGHT: Glee Club demands intense concentration and co-operation. LEFT: Festivities after traditional Mnt. St. Michael performance, with Holy Names. ABOVE: Glee Club, FIRST ROW: Dale Jurdy, Terry Lipe, Jim Wilson, Dana Sherman, Kevin O'Neill, Greg Presley, Ed Mertens, John Arnold, Pete Weller, Shane O'neiIl. SECOND ROW: Pete Sheeran, Rick Nauditt, Jim Kosse, Greg Kachel, John Sheeran, Pat McKenzie, John Lee, Ed Small, Mike Mertens, Jim Wells, Paul Weller. THIRD ROW: Jim Burke, Mike Brennan, Dale Schmidt, Brad Smith, Tom Contois, Dave Waybright,Al Castino, Pete Herzog, Bert Small, Emory Wagner, Steve Arnold, Greg Wisener. FOURTH ROW: Todd Conley, Jim McDaniel, Chuck Cleveland, Mike Albo, Bob Stevens, Jim Parker, Pat Owens, Terry Casey, John Greif, Pat Mealey, Mark Arnold, Chuck Eller. he UPPER RIGHT: Liturgical Singing Group leads students in singing at Mas of the Holy Spirit. UPPER LEFT: Jim White strums his guitar. BELOW, SEATED: Jim White and Greg Hoerner. FIRST ROW: Jim Wilson, Tim Carney, Ed Small, Dale Schmidt, Jim Kosse, Mike Brennan, Pete Sheeran, Rick Nauditt. Folk Group Livens Liturgy SECOND ROW: Mr. Gjording S. J., Terry Casey, Tim Hoy, Greg Kachel, Pat Owens, Steve Arnold, Pete Herzog, Q . N- Sports 1 ,. .- I mf, ,HI ' r 'LQ 4 . NP! A 'QQ' 4 " ' ' fa WF. 4 I 5 , 'Q5-41-, i M 'J 12 if--1 A,3.,'.,.,,, 1 ff- ,, a J' 4- lfsqu.n....' 1 Engel Sn6fCh6S P358 Cronin cuts to avoid tackler. Varsity Regains Title Tim Hare finds running room. The graduating class will long remember its championship football team of '69, Gonzaga Prep is noted for its outstanding performances on the gridiron. This year was no exception. The spirit and determination of the players was best exemplified by their victory over the Roger Pirates. Although the team had previously lost to Rogers, they did not give up: but they came back to defeat the Pirates thus gaining a share of the City Championship. This is truly a team which has achieved excellence not only for themselves, but for all of Prep. W ft M X ,. ,by 55 Mx cf. 1, if v:-k I .r.iE JN' , M A , , fs, E, NE Q 4423 1: A -'V :Q , 1 ' JM.: F" '5i,j!"'V , A wL'..v,i7lZ7 Ju, :..g,F'AE'f m V. 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FIRST ROW: Tim Hare, Tom Taylor, George Diana, Terry Connors, Bill lnderrieden, Paul Koenigs, Mike Cantlon, Dan Danelo, Ray Erickson, Lee Urbaniak, Ted Solomon. SECOND ROW: Tim McCabe, Dan Sullivan, Tim J. Ouinn, Art Berry, Mike Gleason, Rob Steidl, Justin Maloney, Roy Penna, Greg Presley, Ron Richardson, Mark Arnold, John Sadler, Jeff Belknap, John Seaver. THIRD ROW: Coach Joe Waltner, Jim Taylor, Tim Halpin, Mike Davey, Jerry Meyers, Rick Lobdell, Bill Silvernail, Bob Hess, Doug Leonetti, Mike Kinnie, Bob Engel, Jeff Bellefeuille, Tom Laney, Pete Schweda, Tom Dwyer, Jeff Powers, Mike Koenigs, Frank Tombari, Coach Bill Frazier, Mike Albo. FOURTH ROW: Gene Troy, Glenn Mason, Tim T. Ouinn, Dan Corkery, John Brunelle, Ed Mertens, Lancy Yohannon, Mike Hare, Terry Johnson, Jeff Cunningham, Bill Codd, Al Walker, Tim Cronin, Kyle Hare, Jerry Shogan. Nine Prepsters Make First String All-City Art Berry- O.B. Terry Connors- Back George Diana- Guard BOD Engel' End Tim Hare- Back 81 Linebacker Bob HCSS- Guard Greg Presley-Punter Ted Solomon- Tackle Tom Taylor- Kicker -Squad Stretches Streak to 50 FIRST ROW: Jon Mintzer, Pat Smith, Joe Danelo, Dan Giachetti, Frank Steidl, Ron Mulvey, Don Etten. SECOND ROW: Bob Peterson, Jim Slavin, Mike Brennan, Steve Roberts, Tim Murphy, Pete Herzog, Kevin Pratt, Mike Randall. THIRD ROW: Pat Coleman, Steve Waite, John Baker, Chris Gahran, Mike Dever, Kevin Masteller, Dick Gumaer, Del Smith, Mike' Olin, Denny Wheeler, Steve Curry. FOURTH ROW: Dick Poppy, Jerry Mertens, Bill Conley, Pete Kelson, Roger Fruci, Jim Connors, Bruce Farline, John Tonani, Tom Bosch, Kevin Burke, Bob Boyle, Ron Seeley. FIFTH ROW: Denny Fitzpatrick, Mike Payton, Mike Tebow, Mark Walker, Mick Brown, Greg Gall, Jim Pettigrew, Rick Bradley, Ed Gayda, Steve Marr, Dennis Keogh, Tim Stanek. SIXTH ROW: Mr. Mertens, Jerry Bergum, Bill Stolz, Steve Spencer, John Bos, John Diedesch, Dave Martin, Ron Lollis, Tom Henry, Loren Miller, Dave Smet, Curran Higgins, Joe Finke, Jim Valentine, Dave Knoll, Doug Harrington, Mr. Schindler, S.J. Curry and Lollis open up field for Fitzpatrick in hard-fought L.C. game. Frank Steidl pulls for extra yardage Farline and Nlarr asist Coleman through Saxon line as Zags roll over Ferris 31-7. Dan Giachetti readies to throw block for Pat Coleman who quarterbacked Bullpups to 19-13 victory over Shadle. Gonzaga B-Squad 31 Ferris 7 26 Rogers 19 27 N.C. 8 19 Shadle 13 25 L.C. 25 18 Ferris 0 21 Rogers 20 47 N.C. 18 Coach Mertens beams after another perfect 5835011 . The League was powerful this year, Rogers, Shadle, And L.C. fought the Zags down to the wire. But the Prep spirit would not be outdone. With key players out from injuries, the B-Squad still won seven games for its fourth straight city football title. The only flaw, a 25-25 tie with L.C., could not keep Coaches Jim Mertens and Dave Schindler, S.J., from inspiring their charges to their thirty-sixth win without a loss. The B-Squad was a shining example to the city of Prep's spirit of excel ence. Frosh Gain Experience FIRST ROW: Rick Richard, Nick Codd, Brian Thomas, Buzz Baldwin, Stacey Lavin, Dan McGrath, Jim Randall, John Clarizio, Tony Ferraro, Steve Brazil. SECOND ROW: Ralph Fishburn, Chris Koenigs, Ray Mockel, Mike Jilbert, Dan Sheets, Mike Crabtree, Terry Parker, Dan Henderson, Steve Witter, Dan Gonzaga Frosh: 13 Ferris 6 O L.C. 7 39 Rogers 0 24 N.C. 0 7 Ferris 20 Brown, Brian Reed, Ron LeBlanc, John Ryan, Mike Cosgrove, John Arnold. THIRD ROW: Ron Haeger, Rick Ganz, Bill Pupo, Clair Mason, Bill Baxley, Mike Dill, Roger Green, Ron Wieber, Pat Penna, Wayne Thompson, Jim Burke, Pat DeVries, Dan Byrne, Jerry Boot, Bill Nash, Dennis Richardson, Dale Jurdy. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Dzwinel, Pat Murphy, John Lattanzio, Jim Clarizio, Mike Caprye, Mike Gregory, Kim Dahmen, Greg Ness, Jack lndgjerd, John Matts, Ron Hare, Josh Burrows, J-ohn Wark, Dave Shelledy, John Meersman, Dave Materi, Mr. Murphy. Halfback Roger Green stomps through Ferris line for yardage. Ron Hare boots pigskin deep into enemy territory. , John Wark pulls wide around Ferris defense. Tough Zag defense holds Rogers scoreless. Freshman footballers at Prep fought hard this yearp from a gourp of raw recruits in September, they progressed to a fairly cohesive unit by season's end. Coaches Tom Dzwinel and Bart Murphy, S.J., worked hard to help the frosh gain invaluable experience. These men will surely have their impact on Spokane as men of Prep. Hawley strains in last effort. Ryan jumps off to quick lead. Cross Country Team Represents Dedication ps and Pirates off and runnmg for a long three mules. FIRST ROW: Mike Hawley, Bob Roberts Nlggemeyer Al Castino Terry Meersman Mosely Doug McLeod Jim Schmitz Joe ' Mike Grabicki, Cliff Cameron, Steve Taylor Neil Cane Mark Ryan Mark Mullen Mike McCarry John Lee Mike Bird. SECOND ROW: Fr. Schlim, Mike Cross country demands spartan dedication of her athletes. This year's team, coached by Father Schlim and led by Mark Ryan, manifested that determination which makes G-Prep's contribution to Spokane unique: a spirit of devotion to the task at hand, no matter how difficult. McLeod etched against the sky. Roberts leads pack Bullpups Capture City Basketball Crown Gene Troy shoots for two as Gary Brajcich screens and Mike Koenigs moves in. Coach I - 2 ga.. rf 1. l! 4 KYTQSQQ 1 . ""++?l umm! ,g fl? ,saw ' QE i RIGHT: Mixed emotions about tonight's game. BELOW: Mike McGee slips behind N. C. defense. LOWER RIGHT: Mike Koenigs eyes two points. E W' il -E f 5 11, ' L Engel shoots on the move Paul Koenigs takes deadly aim. FIRST ROW: Rich Brooks, Joe Finke, Mike Koenigs, Tony Elliott, Denny lVliller, Dan lVlcGee, Len Ward, Jim Valentine. SECOND ROW: Gene Troy, Paul Koenigs, Gary Brajcich, Mike lVlcGee, Dale Borchers, Rudy lVlockel, Dave Rekofke, Bob Engel, lVlr. Clark Irwin. RIGHT: lVlockel takes possession Season Record Gonzaga Opponent 69 North Central 36 59 North Central 49 69 Shadle 65 58 L.C. 45 61 Ferris 51 55 Rogers 47 53 North Central 44 38 Shadle 41 45 L.C. 36 53 Ferris 52 46 R ogers 43 x ,, ..aN',f:f:Nw1 . u '13 iygfissxixl X .wmwkznizfilv 'Z' - quad Racks up Experience FRONT ROW: Mark Lindekugel, Dale SECOND ROW: lVlr. Tom Dzwinel, Crosby, Larry Fancher, Jim Pettigrew Hoff, Bob Boyle, Ron Lollis, Gary Dennis Keogh, Tom Finnerty, Howard Rick Lobdell,Tom Laney. Kelly, Dave Smet, Tim Mellon. l Tom Finnerty hauls down another rebound. Tom Laney lets go with a jumper. Gary Kelly executes lay up with style. Season Record Gonza a O onent 54 9 Mead F330 54 Kellogg 40 44 C. d'Alene 32 34 C.V. 40 42 N.C. 15 33 Shadle 53 32 L.C. 47 42 Deer Pk. 59 46 Ferris 64 51 Rogers 42 58 N.C. 44 25 Shadle 62 52 L.C. 62 39 Ferris 52 37 Shadle 48 29 L.C. 50 50 Rogers 41 55 Ferris 78 54 N.C. 48 62 Rogers 57 Dennis Keogh drives the middle for shot while Tom Finnerty looks on. Frosh Turn in Near-Perfect Record As the record below indicates the Freshman basketball squad had a most successful season. Except for two close losses they walked over all opposition. Under the tutelage of Fr. Paul Fitterer a dozen individuals came together to form a team with strong unity. Their corporate successes presage great varsity seasons in years to come. Season Record Gonzaga Opponent 43 North Pine 24 43 Greenacres 27 27 Park 15 46 Libby 19 35 L.C. 28 33 Rogers 22 29 Ferris 30 24 Salk 27 40 Glover 31 44 N.C. 26 ABOVE: Tim Blaine towers above opponents to score without resistance. BELOW: Kim Dahmen prepares to fake out diligent checker FIRST ROW: Clair Nlason, Stacy Lavin, SECOND ROW: Jerry Boot, Dan Kaledas, Tim Blaine, Chris Koenigs, Kim John Ryan, Steve Brazil, Bill Lakel, Brown, Ray Nlockel, Ken Smet, Chuck Dahmen, Dave Barnes, Kevin Feist. Dave Spencer, Fr. Paul Fitterer. AT FAR LEFT: Dan Brown pops one in for two. AT LEFT: Kim Dahmen makes use of hole in defense for last minute shot. Midgets Demonstrate Frosh Spirit ABOVE, FIRST ROW: Dave Dean, Bill Pupo, Rich Ganz, Dan Niggemeyer, Dave Fruci. SECOND ROW: Jim Nolden, Wayne Harris, Jim Burke, Gary Miller, Cliff Sheets, Tim O'Brien, Bernie Reed. THIRD ROW: lVlr. Chuck Peterson, S.J., Steve Abrahamson, Mike Peplinski, Pat Driscoll, Dale McGruder, John Arnold. UPPER RlGHT: Pat Driscoll sights in for two points. RIGHT: Bernie Reed prepares to arch ball over defender. UPPER LEFT: Coach Irwin brings home City League basketball trophy. ABOVE: Rudy IVIockeI, first team all-city. FAR LEFT: Paul Koenigs, first team all-city. AT LEFT: Dale Borchers, second team all-city. Bench reflects tension of close game. 7 Hess connects for long ball. FIRST ROW: Gene Troy, Ji Lashbrook, Bob Nadvornick, Nlik Davey, Dan IVIcGee, Ted Solomo SECOND ROW:: IVIr. Bill Frazier, A Z Inderrieden ready for hot grounder. Varsity Baseball Seeks Fourth Straight eague Crown LOWER LEFT: Davey practices alker, Mike Gleason, Tom Finnerty, Lollis, Bill lnderrieden, Greg Presley, prec's'on'n preseason game' rnie Pupo, Bob Engel, Art Berry, Bob Bob Steidl, Steve Clausen, Terry Flynn, ess, Kyle Hare, Steve Waite. THIRD John Danelo, OW: Jerry Ostin, Kevin Burke, John BELOW: Troy demonstrates top batting form. B Baseball Popular ttraction l Frank Henna slides into Steve Curry in Steve Schwab Prepares to Sacrifice- intra-squad action. AT LEFT: John Lambert ties into ABOVE: B-Squad departs for practice fastball. at Franklin Park. FIRST ROW: Ron LeBlanc, Dave Reid, Dan Henderson, Ray Mockel, Barnes, Dennis Rowse, Bill Pupo, Bill Mike Jilbert, Ron Hare, Chuck Kaledas, Baxley, Buzz Baldwin, Dan Brown, Josh Burrows. THIRD ROW: John Mike Schweda. SECOND ROW: Bernie Frosh Prospects Good Barnes awaits pitch, Bill Pupo snaps a fly ball. Reillo, Mark lVlaier, John Clarizio, Steve Brazil, John Ryan, Steve Palmer, Nlr. Wilson, S.J. Kaledas puts weight into ball Track Team Looks for City Title ABOVE: NIcLeod starts season with an easy 6'1". BELOW: Prep runners reflect strain of running events. ABOVE: IVIark Ryan cuts off precious seconds in mile run. ABOVE: Coaches Walther and Murphy discuss prospects of victory. FIRST ROW: Mike Mosely, Glenn Mason, Mike Kinnie, Bob Boyle, Jim Taylor, Lee Urbaniak, Joe McCarry, Tony Elliott, Bill Sleeth, Mark Mullen. SECOND ROW: Bob Roberts, Mark Arnold, Tim Cronin, Mark Ryan, AI Castino, Doug Cossette, Bill Codd, Pete Sheeran, Shane O'NeiIl, Terry Meersman. THIRD ROW: Tim Hare, Mike Dever, George Diana, Tom Laney, Jeff Bellefeuille, Doug McLeod, Mike Koenigs, Denny Fitzpatrick, Neil Cane, Justin Maloney. FOURTH ROW: Mike Watts, Ed Gayda, Cliff Cameron, Frank Tombari, Steve Peplinski, Pat Coleman, Tom Jackson, Frank Handwerk, Pat Faraca, Jim Schmitz. FIFTH ROW: Mike Hawley, Mike Grabicki, Joe Clarizio, Joe Danelo, Tom Kraft, Jim Pettigrew, Kevin Pratt, Mike Randall, Burke Fredrickson, Dan Thielman, Joe Brown, SIXTH ROW: Mr. Dzwinel, Mr. Waltner, Mr. Murphy, Tom Henry, Ed Moses, Mike Neggemeyer, Bill Stolz, Jerry Tully, Pat Doran, Joe Finke, John Lee. LEFT: Tombari gives discus a ride. ft ABOVE: Codd carries baton through ABOVE: Lee Urbaniak shows winning tape for relay victory. form in pole vault. ABOVE: Relay team exchanges baton to maintain lead. RIGHT: lVlike Koenigs all alone for victory. 106 Track Offers Strong Frosh Competition FIRST ROW: Mike Crabtree, Dan Arnold, Mike Peplinski, Nick Codd, IVIBHIGY, Steve AbfHhafT1S0n- FOURTH Niggemeyer, Tony Piccolo, Wayne Mike Bird, Dan McGrath, Jim Wohrie, ROWS KEVIN Bond, :lim Burke. JQIWU Thompson, Ron Wieber, Dale Davis, Pat Driscoll, Bill Nash. THIRD ROW: Cole, Steve THYIOV, Jim Randall, Mike John Meersman, Mike McCarty, Fr. Roger Green, Ron Haeger, Mike TFOV, .Frank BOVIG, Jim Wilson. 'VII'- Schlim, S.J. SECOND ROW: John Gregory, Luke Cayer, Mike Allen, Pat lVlCGl0In,5-J- LOWER LEFT: Ron Wieber works to BELOW: Frosh runners fight against the improve his long jump. clock. ' I I s 107 John Wark shoots over Mike GIeason's fabulous defense. Chuck Murphy daintily picks up ball amidst baffled defenders. 108 Home Room Competition Strong in Intramurals ABOVE: Gary Brajcich Iobs ball over an oncoming rusher. FAR LEFT: Tom Finnerty, covered closely by two opponents, still goes up for catch in end zone, LEFT: Tim J. Quinn puts up a shot in action-packed senior game. FIRST ROW: Steve Witter, Steve Waite, Tim T. Quinn, Mike Troy, Rob Steidl, Dan McGrath, Nick Codd. SECOND ROW: Jon Mintzer, Frank Steidl, Mike Dill, Mike Caprye, Gary Linton, Greg Bettinger, Mike Cosgrove, Mike Watts, Kevin Freeman. THIRD ROW: Bob Nadvornick, Mike Mertens, Mark Mullen, Ed Gayda, Mark Ryan, Greg Ness, Mike Gregory, John Lollis, Dave Shelledy, Kevin Stroh. FIRST ROW: Steve Curry, Pete Herzog, Paul Murphy, Shane O'Neill, Bob Agostinelli, Frank Handwerk, Roger Fruci, Chuck Pray, John Danelo, Doug Cossette, Bob Schmidt, Joe Danelo, SECOND ROW: Cliff Cameron, John Baker, Denny Fitzpatrick, Greg Presley, Bill lnderrieden, Tom Kraft, Ron Rich- ardson, Kevin Masteller, Jeff Bellefeuille, AI Walker, Terry Meersman, Bill Carroll. THIRD ROW: Frank Tombari, Mark Arnold, Mike Gleason, Dan Danelo, Lee Urbaniak, Paul Jackson, Doug McLeod, Jerry Shogan, Kyle Hare, Art Berry, Tom Jackson, Mike Kinnie, John Cozza. ABOVE: Weight lifters pit their strength against universal gym. RIGHT: Stroh and Codd develop bulging biceps. Weightlifting Insures Strong Track Team 5 5 Frank Steidl strains against powerful opponent. Prep Grows f- as Tennis Power Chuck Murphy leans into backhand Jim Slavin stretches toward net as Jim return. Parker moves back for support. FIRST ROW: Pat Murphy, Doug Hennessy, S.J. THIRD ROW: Fr. Hanson, Wayne Harris, Garry Miller, Pat Neumann, S.J., Jim Parker, Jim Fry, Stevens. SECOND ROW: Bob Carroll, Chuck Eller, Mike McDonell, Lou John Imhoff, Loren Miller, Jim Slavin, Castino, Kevin Stroh, Greg Bettinger, Chuck Murphy, Ron Richardson, Mr. Kevin Freeman. McDonell fires back 5 Li, LEFT TO RIGHT: Emory Wagner, lVlr. Corkery, Ted Huetter, Mark Walker, Pat Dwight Weigelt Bob Agostinelli Dave Peterson S.J., Gary Kirchner, John Keegan, Paul Leland, Bert Small, Tom Lippert, Tom Norton John Durgan Greif, Bill Butler, Randy Schmidt, Jim Taylor, Kevin Owens, Frank lVIetcalf, Steve Sherburne Cooney, Rudy lVlockel, Bill lVIiller, Dan Vince Zimmer, Steve lVIarr, John Nevers, Golf Turnout Heavy Zimmer, follows through after powerfull drive. Mr. Peterson S.J. gives pointers to John Nevers as John Durgan looks on. uffxf Managers Perform Hidden Tasks The backbone of a good athletic season is a solid managerial staff. These unsung heroes of the property room assure the athletes of clean socks, jocks, towels, and uniforms. Although their spirit of hard work often goes un- appreciated by those for whom they toil, this close-knit group continues to demonstrate dedicated service. Valentine and Lee load dirty towels into washer. FIRST ROW: Jerry Boot, Jim Wilson, Fishburn, Dale Jurdy, Joe Stanley, Dave Spencer, John Reillo, Kevin Bond, Meed West. THIRD ROW: Steve Waite, Jerry Tully, Jim Valentine. SECOND John Lee, Rich Brooks, Joe Finke, Mike ROW: Brad Smith, Pat Doran, Jerry Armolea, Gerry Bergum. Ostin, Mark Maier, Jim Nolden, Ralph ll4 Finke cleans up after dirty practice. h is vw wx. 45: '- -'- wmv-13.1 V4-v-1 I I .42 1 1" ,M . , .' ,w Je C. mu 3'-,w"' 'F ,' 'I 1 1 , ' f , f -I . if X fn + ,V - .A - 'M . Q .g- - , 41,j,f ' N H . I K Q 'A' if .- 'H I' A' , ' ':,,Ff,:zE:fpf-'yi wwf: ' - ,,, ' 7 .x ff. ai -9' ' , I + - f 'FQ fa wwg f f i f' " in ' 3417 -. V A. " ffm: Jyffifivw " . "'l . I . P' . ,, ' , - ' 1 U 4 - -gm?xm45f4Z4'JlifL',L61' W' 5-a--'--1-, fx -. X . 'f '1' 'rl ' . '-' , X' 12 '-f':.""' ,f .x. xv.. Q , , . .1 . 1 1 I WM , ,1 . 1 I , -pf ,M V -1 f j N ., 1 xy ' f 1 . .4 ,f gl ., I ap- 4 g' f J ."', " QT T ' JI Q 63" Q' 'f 2212 ' N 1Lf1sfef,ggf" ffl",,.1. 1 S ,x I . 12331. 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His light-hearted cheerfulness was a joy to all who came in contact with him. The picture below indicates how much he was one of us. Here he enters whole-heartedly into the life of Spirit Day. Spirit was a well known commodity to Steve. The food drive found him scouring the entire city. His zeal for Prep and the poor of Spokane led him to bring in the second largest amount of food for Room 79, the room that captured the school championship. Steve's presence and sudden departure left a profound impression on us all. His funeral here at Prep was one of the most significant events of the school year. It commemorated one who has gone home. One whom we will remember for years to come. John Aiello Mike Albo Tim Aman Mike Armaolea Mark Arnold Bill Arsenault Steve Belknap Jeff Bellefeuille Jerry Bergum Greg Bettinger Bill Bode Phil Bombino Mike Bonck John Bos Jerry Boyle Joe Bozo Joe Brown Kevin Burke Jim Butler Neil Cane Jon Canwell Tim Carney Bill Carroll Terry Casey AI Castino John Collins Bill Conkey 'Nw Prep retreaters engage in a rousing game of football Ed Conley Pat Connelly Terry Connors Jim Cooney John Cozza Tim Cronin Howard Crosby Jeff Cunningam Nick Curalli Steve Curry Joe Dahmen John Danelo Mike Davey Doug DeGon John Dever George Diana John Diedesch 3 Pat Doran 2 Tom Dwyer Chuck Eller Mike Erickson Pat Faraca Bill Fiedler Joe Finke Scott Fitzpatrick Terry Flynn Jim Forster Pat Frankovic Burke Fredrickson Kevin Freeman Jim Fry Pete Funaro Chris Gahran Bob Gallagher Steve Garrison Gary Giesa Girls Pep Club urges on Bullpups to to victory. Vic Glassley Terry Goebel John Green Larry Green John Greif Doug Guillot Tim Halpin Ted Hanley Mike Hare Doug Harrington Tom Henry Tom Hough Bill lnderrieden Ed Jacubiak Terry Johnson Greg Kachel Warren Kays Bob Keller Pete Kelson Dave Knoll ASB elections bring large voter turnout. Mike Koenigs Jim Kosse Bill Lashbrook Paul LaVoie John Lee Gary Linton Larry Lux Steve MacDonald John Magee Justin Maloney Glenn Mason Pat McCabe Tim McCabe Dan McGee Pat McKenzie Ed Mertens Tug of war exhibits Bullpup brutality. Mike Mertens Jerry Meyer John Milla Dennis Miller Greg Miller Mike Mohr Victorious Prepsters celebrate in usual manner. Hal Morrow Terry Mosely Mark Mullen Ron Mulvey Mike Murphy Paul Murphy Tim Murphy Don Nieman Tim Olney Jerry Ostin John Owens Pat Owens Mike Payton Rich Penna Roy Penna Bob Peterson Confetti flies high during convention. Chuck Pray Greg Presley John Preston Mike Quiggle Bud Ratliff Dave Rekofke Leo Ressa Joe Riley John Ripple Bob Roberts Jim Roe Mark Ryan Rick Saccomanno John Sadler Sam Scarpelli Randy Schmidt Bob Schmidt Jim Schmitz Bob Schroeder Steve Schwab Keith Semerad Larry Senger Joe Shaeffer John Sheeran Larry Sisk Ed Small Brad Smith Mike Smith Robin Smith Ted Solomon Joe Stanley Gary Stanton Students demonstrate knowledge in Chem lab. , , , M, fk.,, l .,i,, l , nw f ' - ,- nw ff tw, l w AD J '21 M , M, , e ,J 4 af xfffl J .i Aixam-.ai-A mme his " is , ' "f,.l,.,,-J. ,fi , Rob Steidl Bob Stevens Chris Storrs Kevin Stroh Dennis Sweeny Tim Sweeny Greg Thiede Joe Toenies John Tonani Tom Tracy Dick Triesch Gene Troy Jerry Tully John Tully Jim Valentine Chris VanDyk Tom Wheeler Greg Williams Fred Wilson Randy Votava Steve Waite Len Ward Mike Watts Rich Webber Jim Wells Meed West Dennis Wheeler Not pictured: John O'Fleilly 81 Tony Rueber Gary Adolfson Dave Agnes John Baker Bryan Barnett Vic Baumstark Marc Beaudry Mike Bieker Kevin Black Tom Bosch Tom Bottjer Wayne Boulac Bob Boyle Flick Bradley Alan Braun Mike Brennan Mick Brown Bob Bruce Rich Buckmaster Cliff Cameron Mike Cannon Cary Carroll Jim Carroll Bob Carroll Joe Clarizio Steve Clausen Russ Clemo Year begins with lVIass of the Holy Spirit. Chuck Cleveland Kevin Codd Pat Coleman Bill Conley Jim Connors Tom Contois Bob Cools Dave Cossette Ed Crosby Joe Danelo Al Daugherty Frank Davis Curt Denenny Larry Derr John Downey John Durgan Don Etten Larry Fancher Bruce Farline Tom Finnerty it 'fs gilgzmwl viii If I ' J . 2 Za. 9 awww Q gi li 2 W 1 ",' 5' W ilfiiawa Mm dw E We 11 Curran Higgins Clay Hobbs Jack Fishburn Denny Fitzpatrick Jim Flynn Roger Fruci Jack Gaffney Steve Gaffney Marty Gales Greg Gall Ed Gayda Bob Geiger Dan Giachetti Mike Gleason Greg Goebel Mike Grabicki Dick Gumaer Frank Handwerk Doug Hanson Mike Haspert Mike Hawley Pete Herzog Prep students exhibit revolutionary study habits 'H Tom Jackson Ed Johnson Jim Johnson Wayne Johnson Dennis Jones Jim Kaufman Pat Keegan Dan Keenan Tim Kelliher Dale Hoff Dave Hoisington Al Hughbanks John Imhoff Tarzan and Cheetah Gary Kelly Dennis Keogh Bill Kirchner Mike Knoll Jose Ko Harvey Koch Tom Kraft Jerry Kuntz John Lambert Tom Laney Kevin Lehinger Paul Leland Mark Lindekugel Dave Lippert Pat Lobdell Rick Lobdell Ron Lollis Kevin Lorenz Jim Magnuson Jim Mahar Steve Marr Dave Martin Kevin Masteller Ed Matts Cheerleader captures hearts of students. Wilmot Miller Jon Mintzer Ed Moses Flial Moulton x 2ff,i7g,,,M,, Joe McCollum Jerry McCormick Tom McGoldrick Larry Medin Chuck Meeks Tim Mellon Jerry Mertens Frank Metcalf Loren Miller 46 Af Soclallzlng during Autumn Whirl. Tom Norton John Nuess Mike Olin Tim O'ReiIly Kevin Owens Jim Parker Pat Patterson Jim Pettigrew Dick Poppy Kevin Pratt Dan Pupo Ernie Pupo Rocky Rail Mike Randall Mike Relyea Tom Remondini Mike Moxcey Rick Nauditt Mike Niggemeyer 'f'iw5Qa?i' i2?xZiQiyb,2'H'C 574245 ?lf:EZ,i'4f'! 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Rick Vallance Emory Wagner Mark Walker Joe Ward Kim Warner Dave Waybright Steve Wegner Dwight Weigelt Tom Weiler Butch Whigham Kevin White Dick Willis Del Smith Pat Smith Steve Spencer Dick Stachofsky Tim Stanek Frank Steidl Bill Stolz Mike Tebow Dan Thielman Bill Thurston Frank Tombari Jon Tubbs s WEE A wp R Y YY xv V W as R A . N355 55411, ' WW" Not Pictured: Paul Delaney 84 Jim McCormick Arne Woodard Steve Abrahamson Bob Adolfson Mike Allen Paul Anderson John Arnold Bruce Baldwin Doug Ball Dave Barnes Bill Baxley Rory Berg Chris Bieson Mike Bird Tim Blaine Mike Boatsman Kevin Bond Jerry Boot Winfred Bourdon Frank Boyle Rob Bramlette Steve Brazil Dan Brewer Dan Brown Mike Buckmaster Dave Burgad il I , n, 1 M 1 ef' 5 , f AW , . ll, y : 4 ,,, z . A ,xiii 'litr e ,, V' - i ' 'bask h e 2 Q 2 x I Jim Burke Josh Burrows Dan Byrne Mike Caprye Luke Cayer Tom Chasse Damon Checki John Clarizio Jim Clarizio Nick Codd John Cole Todd Conley Mike Connelly Dave Cooney Rob Cooney Tom Corrigan Mike Cosgrove Mike Crabtree Kim Dahmen Dale Davis Dave Dean Mike Dennis Pat DeVries Mike Dill Mark Dilley Convention chaos Popular potato pusher. Mike Dollfe Mark Domini Terrence Doyle Patrick Driscoll Jack Durkin Cliff Eickstadt Kevin Elston Kevin Feist Ferraro Ralph Fis urn Dave Fruci Chris Ovale Mario Gangitano Rick Ganz Steve Garcea Dick Geiger .lerry Gentle Tom Gibbons Mike Gifford Roger Green Mike Gregory Ron Haeger 2527515 li if, ., in ,ww-,sl vi K maui meal Wy, Yfsf?fff4slglls,,l21, liffgi.-A - 111, lmM,i,w U, ,., ,.: ,il-1. 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P if mam g l 1 'iiwwz il x ,S l ,l A ' xl Y 5 , k K l -1 . , Ji A , 4 WTB lg K 2 Q ,dw ,, H fi K Chuck Kaledas Dan Kelley Mark Kelly Tom Kinn Chris Koenigs Tom Konek Bill Lakel Jim Larr John Lattanzio Stacey Lavin Ron LeBlanc Dick Lee Pete Leonetti Tery Lipe George Loosier Mike Lorenzen Lanse Hagen Don Hanley Ron Hare Wayne Harris Larry Hawley Bill Hayes Dan Henderson Hilterbrant Ted Huetter Jack lndgjerd Mike Jilbert Dale Jurdy zHff,i,'if,,,i .SQ , my :iff-vii ' K Ja., in , ,el Q, 3 : F .aiiblif H Iillziifv fr 3 , in f K Q 5 aw,- 1 f ,- we-3.2 Jim Lynch Mark Maier Jeff Mancheni Jaye Marshall Martin Marx Clair Mason Dave Materi John Matts Mark Maye Mike McCarty Jim McDaniel Dan McGrath rmmaiw, 4 - 1 f V V A ga E 4 F I , , Q, , I 4 .- VY ia? 2 9 f f 1 f.,w-,assfaw ,Wm J ., ef I If f will?5laVilZijiQXl'Ti5517'AQ'L,4'ff.fi fda ' , V, , ,..,, ,,,.M,w,,,M,,., , ,,., V I 'fi ifarifj as 5 may 4 51' a is S1g,zS,,ef fe s glass -wk-4,16 PL.,1-.-- 1"E?i5Z53?7LfSi 'iii ':.::2EifW ,'5:.:ii ' A-,: sy wzfawf: a:zQM.,,,'a,--'f,: .4 , - , f fslffimvsgfyzwwf' 1zl?'?srfig,aYfgs?Eixi?i wwfifw ,Zi?135"1'3-4? 'Lili , 'FE' f"1'Q1'f'f ."V'E-151 ff - Dale McGruder Pat Mealey John Meersman Jim Meloche Jim Meyer Garry Miller Paul Miller Ray Mockel Kelly Morse Pat Murphy Dave Naccarato Bill Nash Greg Ness Greg Nibler Dan Niggemeyer Jim Nolden Jim Norman ' , Tom Nystuen ,sf V ff ' Ti m O ' B rie n Z' f '- H John Olney ' ? in , f rw fr 5, , if 5 i If 53 Intramural competition fierce. Bob Owens Steve Palmer Stan Parker Terry Parker Max Patterson Pat Pen na Mike Peplinski Pat Peterson Bob Phillips Tony Piccolo Rees Pritchard Bill Pupo Jim Randall Bernard Reid John Reillo Bruce Ressa Rick Ressa Pat Rice Denis Richardson Mike Richmond Dan Robisch Dana Sherman Bob Sigafoos Harold Simon Ken Smet Dave Spencer Chuck Stadtmueller Pat Stevens Russ Stippel Jeff Strange John Rolfe Dennis Rowse John Ryan Bob Ryder Dave Sapp Charles Schauer Mike Schweda Joe Seltice Mike Sheehan Cliff Sheets Dave Shelledy Steve Sherburne GP mixer attracts large crowd Dan Sullivan Dan Taylor Steve Taylor Dan Terhaar 1 MKS Ligimsfsfw ff Q M gkffgsgiisfi, gm w i Steve Witter Jim Wohrle Jim Wozny Louis York we ASwiyfgfgfgifWW555252XQ3fmm?EzzQes24 iv 1 ,gag 'f ,z exif ww, rw f ' New 'J-wwf, V314 avgjw , xiisfpwff w xfv wfee5i,vez,',-H, fiiibffiifiiitszwyz ,- -NV:4,p?f1-e5:'iYW n .?f,e44ri':f? "W . f :',z'fE:Wv sn i ffrfsaeyamgwiaiii .- ,1 -fares" 1 ,,+:miru"i,f.i :7ZE4i1Vbi?fZQl7" Q" 252 'i fx 'ff b 1 A! N YYY A , ae ,K Z K V ie ' 1, ,L , , I 7 np.: ,w,, m,, i:4".w4-,---5, .fr ' - , 2:24- Prep students renovate Fort Wright campus. Brian Thomas Bruce Thomas Wayne Thompson Paul Tiesse Dan Tilque Dick Trerise Henry Trowbridge Mike Troy Alan Voykin John Wark Tim Warner Dick Weisbeck Terry Welch Ron Wieber Jim Wilson Larry Winslow Terry Zoesch Not Pictured: Rich Carnell, Mark Osso, and Rick Richard . hgh . x 4- , ' , " wri- 1 s O , f --4:1 I ,V 42 ' 'if 2 x.-' I. 1' 4 , f,,,,,, 65 ijt, F' u- ".:y-g j f' x ff, ,,. Qlxi-'nfiql 'fl J '- " 1 ,wif ' Q, f lm.. f :Jgg!lE?i,r?.4 1 7' .V N ,V-ff' 6 'Q'-1-.. 5 0. , --1 "-615 I . '-f,-,vii V. ., stiff-' A ge, r .fig L w I Delighted football players listen gleefully to faculty choir. Facult Provides F. H C C Living Leadership . . ay Principal: Moderator Parents' Club Fr. James M. McDonough, S.J. Fr. Daniel C. Weber, S.J. Vice-President: Student Rector-President: Religion Council Moderator. Teacher: Director of Liturgy. Mr. Roger Branz Physical Education: Supervisor of Property Room Bro. J. Michael Bennett, S.J. Minister: Moderator of Alumni. Fr. Donald R. Cadden, S.J. Religion 84 History: Knights of Leash. Mr. Patrick W. Cavanaugh English: Lit.: Band: Dir. Adv. Placement. Fr. Dominic G. Doyle, S.J. Religion. Mr. Thomas Dzwinel Algebra 8: Biology: Frosh Football: B-Squad Basketball and Track. Fr. Paul L. Fitterer, S.J. Religion: Head of Religion Dept.: Frosh Basketball. Nlr. Patrick J. Ford, S. J. English 84 Sociology: Bookstore Supervisor: Debate Moderator: Retreat Director. Mr. William H. Frazier Economics: Typing: Varsity Football 84 Baseball lVlr. Chris Gjording, S.J. Nlr, Donald J. Foran, S.J. Religion: Camera Club. English: Lit.: Esprit: Dramatics Moderator. ' K ' - .,f f Fl 1 W'-up w 1 UPPER LEFT: Fr. Patrick D. Hopper, S.J. Math: Head of lVIath. Dept ABOVE: Nlr. Loren E. Houldson. S.J. English: Bookstore Supervisor: Debate Moderator. LE FT: Fr. John F. Hurley, S.J. Associate Program. Mr. Clark lrwin English: Head of English Dept.: Varsity Basketball. IVlr. Kurt Kromholn Chemistry: Head of Science Department: Science Club: Prom Committee. 150 Fr. Harry M. Jahn, S.J. Cafeteria: Purchaser. ag g Cs Ba www! l 1 Faculty celebrates Dude's birthday. Fr. James D. Nelson, S.J. Math: Radio Club. Fr. Merlin Neumann, S,J. Bro. John P. O'Brien, S.J Math: Senior Counselor: Library. Varsity Tennis. ABOVE: Fr. William J. Prasch, S.J. Student Confessor: Prefect. UPPER LEFT: Mr. Douglas R Perry, S.J. English: Lit.: Leadership Moderator: Varsity Baseball. FAR LEFT: Mr. Charles A. Peterson, S.J. English: Golf: Frosh Basketball. LEFT: Fr. Robert F. Rekofke, S.J. Latin: Booster Club. Nlr. Nicholas Scarpelli Math: Athletic Director. Mr. David Schindler, S.J. History 8: Civics: B-Squad Football: Frosh Basketball 84 Track. Faculty sets example during Mass of Holy Spirit. Fr. Ruben J. Schlim S.J. Physics 81 Physical Science: Cross Countryg Frosh Track. . sfffff 1 ill? 5 5 ' iid ' 3 ful" 1 H VJ, pf 3 W 55" l':W,z11Q:flxf - f A.,,. i My 5 Fr. Ralph V. Sudmeier, S.J. Nlathg Frosh-Soph Counselor Philomathea Moderator. Mr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J. Latin: Head of Classics Dept.: Gonzagani Moderator of Speech Contests. ABOVE: Fr. J. Patrick Stewart, S.J. History: Lit.: Librarian. UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Michael J. Wilson, S.J. History: Civics: Pep Club: Frosh Baseball. RIGHT: Nature lover emerges from faculty house. FAR RIGHT: Mr. Joseph L. Waltner Civics: Head of Social Studies Dept.: Varsity Football 84 Track. i""f'f5lli E5 , W... ,.,s, . -- '-rw Q, ,J Fr. Victor R. Zehnder, S.J. Mr. William E. Brine Math 5 Counselor. Treasurer. Mrs. Margaret E. Miller Mrs. Barbara Blackburn Treasurer. Secretary, ABOVE LEFT: Zeke Taylor. ABOVE MIDDLE: Jack Holzer. ABOVE RIGHT: Karl Fissler. RIGHT: Mrs. Donna lndgierd. 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FOREMOST IN FORMAL WEAR .JJ t'50uox!?32g'20z, .I,'fag.f' 406 vv. Spfag TE 8-8541 164 X "'1'?1if5'gf1gd Milk DARIGOLD FARMS East 33 Francis, Spokane, Washington 99207 HU 92660 DALE QUINCY Representative Of MASTER ENGRAVERS - HERFF JONES CO. 9 ' PISCHEL mc. M1 7 Q1 E. 4310 Mission KE 4-1243 CONGRA TULA Tfofvs TO THE CLASS OF '69 Q mis Q URS WINDOWS TONY PERRY, Owner Manager, AND THE PELLA GANG PELLA WINDOW SPECIALISTS PELLA WOOD SLIDING GLASS DOORS CALL US TO YOUR JOBS FOR ESTIMATES West 319 Boone Avenue FA 8-2490 165 We NEED What You No Longer NEED For Those Who Are In NEED ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY . Let Lincoln Forget Not Forever the Lives of the Poor. When We Serve the Poor We Serrgggtfgtgagfrist. h S 2901 E. Trent Ave. KE 5-2491 ,.I:kiIi:iWI!llI 1 .ll s If I I W ' L' ij :Iwi -in ' LmwmF.fuFeaefaIsaI.ng5 all aL0anAmmf10n ..,,, T MALONEY I AND C'NEILL 7 S Members Spokane Insurance Assn., Inc. RESTAURANT H ff Columbia Building THE BEST SANDWICHES IN TOWN RI 7-6066 West 720 Sprague Rl 7-1976 Professional Prescription Service PRINTING HUXOL'S PHARMACY AUGUST IVIAHRT N. 1220 Division Street FA 7-5238 Spokane, Washington 99202 N, 3716 Nevada HU 3-8524 166 KAUFER'S RELIGIOUS SUPPLY HOUSE West 716 Sprague Avenue Every Kind of Religious Gift Wedding Crosses and Announcements Holy Bibles, Nlissals, Crucifixes, lVledals, and Chains Paperback and Bound Books WM. F. SPILKER IVIIVI C CO ER IAL MA 4-4758 INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTORS free estimates - insurance appraisals 35 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE FA 8-6270 - if no answer, call HU 3-1066 W. 1029 Bridge Spokane WM. VVINKLER CO. Walks - Curbs - Driveways Floors - Patios - Steps Highest Quality - Reasonable Prices - CONCRETE ' E. 503 Nlission HU 3-3320 Serving Spokane and the Inland Empire Since 1919 "This ls Our Fiftieth Year!" congratulations To The class of 1969 In I gg yiyyygg y RMA I SHOE SERVICE PHOTO CENTER North 2 Howard Spokane, Washington 1816 N. Division Spokane, Washington For All Your Camera Needs WARNITH, HOSPITALITY AND GOOD CHEER welcome you in the relaxing atmosphere of Dominic's . . where luxury dining is an Aegean balm to your spirits, a boon to your well-being. With music nightly and refreshments in the lounge, truly a haven of relaxation and comfort. Q A o 9 Phone RI 7-2148 Sprague at Stevens 'You are ILEfT1HHEUPAGE CLASS OF 1926 INSURANCE 176 South Stevens Spokane 0 Lunches 'Pizza GORDON and MARILU OLSEN - PFIOPRIETORS West 107 Ninth Avenue THIRD AT WALL Telephone NIA 4-8111 COIVGRA TULA TIONS Best Wishes AND E T 9 TO 7?HgCLVA1SlSIi7SF '69 S MEN,S T.C. TERRACE FOODS STORE West 2803 Garland Avenue FA 5-1234 Riverside and Post COMPL IMEN TS S 81 F CONSTRUCTION COMPANY THE TOWWJ AND COUNTRY Asphalt HU 3-6401 East 1006 Hawthorne Road BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '69 INLANDFOUNDRY Restaurant and Turf Room HUMSQEZ2 East 5616 Trent Avenue KE 4-3868 Spokane, Washington INLAND PARK ROAD POWER. QQBX QQCQQ 742 I 1111 LIGHT COMPANY FQODLINER RI 7-7151 East 320 Second Avenue Spokane, Washington NOl'th Pafk Road WA The Senior Class Salutes Fr. Schlim The graduating class of 1969 would like to take this opportunity to express and demonstrate our appreciation and respect for a man who, in our estimation, has exemplified all of the qualities necessary for a fine educator: dedication, friendliness, discipline, awareness, and an insatiable desire to help not only the members of this year's graduating class but also every student with whom he comes in contact. The man we wish' to honor is know not only throughout the class of '69 but also throughout the school both as an excellent teacher and coach and as an all-around fantastic individual. The graduating class of '69 wishes to set aside this page in honor of Father FlobertJ. Schlim, S.J.-a man who has created a lasting impression of gratitude and affection within every senior with his sincere efforts to guide each one of us in the growing process. Father-you will always remain a part of our fondest memories of our days at Prep. THE CLASS OF '69 Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. THE FOLLOWING PATRONS HELP MAKE THE LUIGIAN POSSIBLE Leo E. Arnold Paul A. Bastine Hood Baxley John J. Black Daniel G. Brajcich Carl A. Brakel Frank V. Brown L.V. Brown Victor V. Carnell Chester Chastek Edmund P. Codd John R. Cole James P. Connelly Alex W. Cooper Mrs. James E. Corrigan Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs Mr. 84 Mrs Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs Mr. gl Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Colonel 84 Dr. gl Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Dr. gl Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Senator 84 Neil P. Cronin Dominic J. Curalli. Thomas F. Curran Seaton M. Daly Francis J. Davis Theodore K. Dill Michael A. Donlan John F. Driscoll James R. Fahey John J. Fitzpatrick W.A. Flaherty Edward S. Flynn James J. Flynn Edward J. Ford Roger Fruci W.A. Gamon Richard H. Ganz Peter Grabicki Mrs. Samuel C. Grashio John V. Greif William F. Halter Edward N. Hamacher Harlan E. Hare Henry E. Hennessey Robert G. Heskett D. Curran Higgins Thomas H. Jones Anthony J. Kamel Mrs. James E. Keefe Dr. Hugh C. Keenan Judge 84 Mrs. Raymond F. Kelly Mr. 84 Mrs. A.S. Kuder Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond H. Lamp Dr. 84 Mrs. Joseph J. Lavin Mr 84 Mrs Gordon L. Lee Mr 84 Mrs Lewey H. Lorenzen Dr. gl Mrs. G. Fletcher Luger Mr 84 Mrs. Joseph Lux Mr. 84 Mrs Thomas F. L.ynch Mr 84 Mrs. Justin C. Maloney Mr 84 Mrs C.P. McAuliffe Mr 84 Mrs Thomas R. McAuliffe Dr. 84 Mrs. Frank McCarry Mr. J. Patrick McFarland Mr 84 Mrs. J.P. McGoldrick Dr. 84 Mrs Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr Mr 84 Mrs. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr .84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr 84 Mrs Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr 84 Mrs. Judge 84 M Mr Mr 84 Mrs. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr Mr 84 Mrs. 84 Mrs Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Dr. 84 Mrs. Mr 84 Mrs Dee J. McGonigIe John McKenna Rudy L. Mockel Joseph "Big Daddy Joe" Frank J. Morton John A. Moyer Patrick H. Murphy Michael J. O'Brien, Jr. Lawrence O. Owens Emory A. Penna Otto J. Penna Ross Perry Angelo F. Petrettee Robert K. Powers John R. Quinn Joseph J. Rekofke rs. Willard J. Roe Bryant C. Rooney Frank F. Sadler Robert P. Sagerson Edward B. Saxon John J. Schafhausen Harold E. Schimmels Roger W. Schmitz S.E. Shikany John S. Siverts .William R. Sleeth Delbert F. Small Dr. 84 Mrs. Edward Cary Smith Dr. 84 Mrs. Lawrence Cary Smith 84 Mrs. Frank M. Spinelli Dr. 84 Mrs. Jerome L. Sweeny Dr. Edward G. Torrison Dr. Mr Mr 84 Mrs Dr. gl Mrs. Mr Mr Lt. 84 Mrs 84 Mrs. Col. 84 . Joseph F. Travo Robert Weigand . Louis S. White Edward W. Wilson Mrs. Francis Yohannan Moran The Luigian Wishes to Acknowledge . . MR. DALE QUINCY for his generous help and valuable advice. As Pischel Yearbook's representative, lVlr. Quincy constantly comes to the aid of the Luigian staff and helps through the rough spots. MR. CHRIS GJORDING, sg. for the countless hours he has spent following Prep's various activities with camera in hand and for the many more solitary hours spent in the darkroom printing and reprinting pictures to our satisfaction. 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